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Whether recent position vacancies or new roles within the organisation, below is a listing of all current career opportunities at Thorne Harbour Health. Listings are typically updated on a fortnightly basis.

Available Positions

Dual Diagnosis Outreach Counsellor
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This is an exciting opportunity to join a passionate and skilled multi-disciplinary AOD team, working to support members of the LGBTIQ+ community. This role will actively dismantle barriers to service access through providing accessible, tailored interventions to members of the LGBTIQ+ community in the Inner City and Inner West of Melbourne.

The Dual Diagnosis Outreach Counsellor role sits on the wider Therapeutic Services and Capacity building team, and works to create positive behavioural change through the delivery of evidence-based therapeutic individual counselling, therapeutic group programs and brief intervention sessions.

With excellent supervision, support and professional development opportunities, this role will be richly rewarding for the right candidate.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement.

Click here for a detailed position description, including selection criteria.

For further enquiries please contact Lucy Burnett, AOD Program Coordinator, on 03 9865 6771 or
lucy.burnett@thorneharbour.org

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org using the subject: ‘Confidential Recruitment: Dual Diagnosis Outreach Counsellor.

Applications close Wednesday, 8th February 2023.

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Thorne Harbour Health is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse. Our robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process. Applicants should be aware that we carry out working with children, police records and reference checks for all roles.

Home Care Worker
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We are currently seeking warm and empathic persons for vacancies in our Home Care team, working in the south-eastern, central and western regions of Melbourne. This team provides support to clients living with HIV, enabling them to keep living independently in their own homes. It also works with people who have an aged care home support package and clients of the National Disability Insurance Scheme who need help at home or assistance with community participation.

The work is flexible, with casual shifts usually over three to four days a week, depending on each worker’s availability. You need to have a Certificate III in Individual Support, Home and Community Care, Aged Care or similar, or to be studying for such a qualification. Workers also need their own car and current Driver Licence, as some client transport is involved.

For a detailed position description, including key selection criteria, click here.

For more information, call Campbell Smith, Team Leader, Community Support, on 9863 0421.

Members of the LGBTIQ+ community, including people living with HIV, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people living with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment is conditional on having a current Working With Children Card and completion by Thorne Harbour Health of a satisfactory police check.

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org

Applications close: Sunday, 5th February 2023.

Please note: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Thorne Harbour Health is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse. Our robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process. Applicants should be aware that we carry out working with children, police records and reference checks for all roles.

LGBTIQ+ AOD Intensive Case Manager
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We are currently seeking a skilled health service professional to join our Alcohol and Other Drugs team in a new role that provides medium to long term AOD Intensive Case Management to members of the LGBTIQ+ community in Inner Melbourne and the Inner West.

This position is an exciting opportunity to help design and deliver community-led, culturally-safe and tailored AOD responses for LGBTIQ+ community members with complex needs. Sitting in a multidisciplinary team and within an integrated community health setting, this role offers the opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of both PLHIV and LGBTIQ+ community members. The role works to create positive behavioural change through the delivery of evidence-based therapeutic individual support to AOD clients.

With excellent clinical support, professional development opportunities and a highly competitive salary, this will be a richly rewarding role for the right person. We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement.

Click here for a detailed position description, including selection criteria.

For further enquiries please contact Lucy Burnett, AOD Program Coordinator, on 9865 6771 or lucy.burnett@thorneharbour.org

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org using the subject: ‘Confidential Recruitment: LAICM application.

Applications close Wednesday, 8th February 2023.

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Thorne Harbour Health is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse. Our robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process. Applicants should be aware that we carry out working with children, police records and reference checks for all roles.

Team Leader, Family Violence Services
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About the program/role

This role is your opportunity to join a progressive organisation and great team at Victoria’s largest LGBTIQ+ community-controlled health service. We are currently seeking a skilled leader with Family Violence and/or Sexual Assault experience, to lead our Family Violence Services and work to enhance the health and wellbeing of members of the LGBTIQ+ community and people living with HIV.

The Team Leader, Family Violence Services leads a dynamic and expanding team of family violence practitioners, group facilitators and peer workers at a time of significant growth, program development and innovation for the organisation. We are very interested in hearing how you will contribute your ideas, skills and therapeutic experience to make a real difference to LGBTIQ+ communities and PLHIV experiencing family violence throughout Victoria.

Click here for a detailed position description, including selection criteria.

We offer generous salary packaging and a commitment to quality improvement and professional development.

For further enquiries, please contact: Alyssha Fooks, Manager, Therapeutic Services and Capacity Building Program on 03 9865 6700.

How to apply

Written applications addressing the selection criteria and including a resume and the names and contact details of three professional referees should be sent to recruitment@thorneharbour.org

Applications close Sunday, 29th January 2023.

Important: it is essential that applicants specifically address the selection criteria. Where selection criteria have not been addressed, applications will not be considered.

Thorne Harbour Health is committed to child safety. We have zero tolerance of child abuse. Our robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process. Applicants should be aware that we carry out working with children, police records and reference checks for all roles.

GENERAL PRACTITIONER AT EQUINOX & PRONTO!
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Equinox is a Thorne Harbour Health (THH) operated health service that caters exclusively to our Trans and Gender Diverse (TGD) communities. The primary objective of Equinox is to reduce the barriers that TGD people face in accessing primary health care services and to contribute to the health and wellbeing of these communities. We offer mental health, sexual health, hormone management and a full range of GP services. Equinox is currently AGPAL Accredited.

PRONTO! is a peer driven, community-based shop front approach to reduce barriers to testing and early HIV detection. PRONTO! was established to reduce the barriers faced by gay and other men who have sex with men (MSM) communities. PRONTO! services include peer-delivered rapid HIV testing and STI screening as well as medical practitioner facilitated Pre–Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) access clinics. Medical practitioners interpret STI test results and offer treatment services on-site.

We are currently seeking contractor General Practitioners/Sexual Health Physicians who are interested in working in this unique space. Our existing team of GPs are happy to provide mentoring and support to interested medical practitioners who are interested in developing their skills and working with TGD and/or gay/MSM communities.

Our current team consists of GPs that provide services to both Equinox and PRONTO! clients, and some who just work with the PRONTO! program. We have an urgent need for more doctors to work in our Equinox program and priority will be given to applicants willing to work primarily in this service.

We offer bulk-billing services to clients of both programs. Clients without Medicare are billed at the Medicare Rebate Schedule rates. We offer our contractor GPs a fee split of 70% of all income received.

Click here for the full Contract Role Description.

For further information, contact Program Manager, Peter Locke on 0419 913 062 or peter.locke@thorneharbour.org.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a tertiary qualification enabling eligibility for registration with the Medical Board of Victoria. Fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners or Royal Australian College of Physicians (Chapter of Sexual Health Medicine) is required.

General Practitioner / Sexual Health Physician
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The Centre Clinic is a Thorne Harbour Health (THH) operated health service that caters to the LGBTI community and people living with HIV. We are keen to hear from suitably qualified general practitioners and/or sexual health physicians who are interested in working in our AGPAL Accredited General Practice.

In mid-2021, The Centre Clinic will be relocating into the newly-established Victorian Pride Centre where state-of-the-art medical facilities are being built.

The Centre Clinic provides General Practice services including HIV testing, treatment and prevention, mental health, sexual health, hormone management, vaccinations and preventative health care and chronic disease management to the LGBTI community.

We are currently seeking contractor General Practitioners/Sexual Health Physicians who are interested in working in this unique space. Our existing team of GPs are happy to provide mentoring and support to interested medical practitioners who are willing to develop their skills and working with the LGBTI community.

We offer bulk-billing services to our patients and those without Medicare are billed at the Medicare Rebate Schedule rates. We offer our contractor GPs a fee split of 70% of all income received.

Click here for the full Contract Role Description.

For further information, contact Program Manager, Peter Locke on 0419 913 062 or peter.locke@thorneharbour.org.

Applicants from our LGBTIQ+ communities including those living with HIV, those from culturally and linguistically diverse communities, First Nations people, and people with disability are encouraged to apply.

Thorne Harbour Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We are committed to attracting and recruiting the best possible candidates for vacant positions.

We are committed to providing equality in employment for all employed people and those seeking employment.

We are committed to ensuring that fair and effective procedures and processes are implemented and adhered to for selection and deployment of people to meet organisational needs.

All recruitment and selection procedures and decisions reflect our commitment to providing equal opportunity by assessing all potential candidates according to their skills, knowledge, qualifications and capabilities. Regard will not be given to factors such as age, gender, marital status, sexuality, race, religion, physical impairment, or political opinions.

Thorne Harbour Health has adopted equal opportunity and affirmative action employment policies.

For more information, visit the Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission website

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